Model Witness Examinations

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American Bar Association, 2010 - Law - 297 pages
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In this handbook, 70 model examinations show you how to deal effectively with practical evidentiary issues that every trial lawyer faces. The authors—experienced, highly skilled litigators—give you trial-proven, sequences of questions that translate the Rules of Evidence into examinations that will correctly prove facts—and are easily molded to your specific case. Each model starts with a description of a fact situation and is followed by the examination in Q & A format.
 

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Contents

CrossExamination and Redirect 251
9
Chapter
13
Documents
23
Best Evidence or Original Document Problems
69
Chapter 4
76
Chapter 5
116
Opinions of the Expert
143
Character Habit and Custom
195
Chapter 8
222
Prior Inconsistent Statement Use of Textbooks
253
Chapter 10
266
A Rehabilitation Use of Prior Consistent Statement
272
Chapter 12
284
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